Ice Castles returning to Lake Geneva with a new location

LAKE GENEVA (WREX) — The wildly popular winter ice castles will return to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin this season, with a new location at Geneva National Resort & Club.

Tens of thousands of people visited Ice Castles in Lake Geneva last winter. Despite fluctuating temperatures, rain, and a Polar Vortex, the attraction welcomed sold out crowds each day of operation. The new location at Geneva National Resort is projected to open in early January if weather permits.

Construction on the castle at Geneva National in Lake Geneva should begin in late October or early November, with a projected opening date sometime in early-January, weather permitting.

Ice Castles is a seasonal entertainment company that creates elaborate castles built entirely from ice each winter in several cities across North America. Professional ice artisans grow, harvest, and hand-place up to 10,000 icicles each day to create the breathtaking outdoor attraction. The experience features ice-carved tunnels, fountains, slides, crawl spaces, and slot canyons, which are all illuminated at night with color-changing LED lights embedded inside the ice.

Construction on the castle at Geneva National in Lake Geneva should begin in late October or early November, with a projected opening date sometime in early-January, weather permitting.

Audrey Moon

Audrey Moon

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